Last week I hosted a Google Hangout with Kevin Call from Everytown for Gun Safety to discuss these little things called "social graphics" — visually impactful static and animated content designed specifically for social media.
Patrick Ruffini, a former Bush/Cheney '04 Webmaster, has created the first 2008 Presidential Wire, an aggregator for all blog posts and MSM stories covering potential presidential contenders of both the Democratic and Republican parties.
There's an evolving discussion on the blogs today about the politics of web technology providers. The focus is on Convio, Inc., an Austin-based company that made its name last year providing web services to the Dean campaign.
Now that you're blogging, you should probably get up to speed on podcasting. (You are blogging, right? We talked about that, remember?) Like we told you before, if you're not podcasting yet. You should be.
There are some things you should
know but would probably rather not.
That's how I classify stories like this most recent one, which reveals
something you'd rather not know if you secure your laptop with a Kensington